• Harriet Jane

    Harriet Jane

    Harriet Calvert was born & raised on a small farm in a quaint village south of Tasmania’s Hobart. When Harriet was young, her grandmother - a professional dressmaker, invoked Harriet’s love of fashion design by bringing Vogue creations to life for her on special occasions. The whimsical creations of her grandmother paired with her Mother’s classic, effortless style inspired Harriet to study the art...
  • Nomads Hempwear

    Nomads Hempwear

    PIONEERS OF HEMP AND THE ORGANIC ECO CLOTHING (R)EVOLUTION For the past 20 years, Nomads Hemp Wear have created durable, comfortable, yet still extremely stylish  eco-fashion: organic and fair-trade clothes for men and women out of the best Gaia-loving sustainable fabrics the planet has to offer. Festival friendly, fair-trade clothing for men and women in bamboo, organic cotton, soy and our own specially fabricated hemp blends that...
  • Panic For Organic Cotton

    Panic For Organic Cotton

    There is a huge difference between cotton and organic cotton. Cotton is the world’s strongest natural fibre, which is why it is the most sought-after fabric for long-lasting, quality clothing Given its popularity and high use, we all need to panic for organic cotton. Many sustainable fashion brands are now mixing organic cotton with other natural fibres such as hemp and bamboo in order to minimise...
  • Bamboo Is For You

    Bamboo Is For You

    Bamboo has become one of the biggest hits in sustainable and eco-friendly fashion. Fabric made from bamboo fibre is ultra-soft and breathable, making it one of the most luxurious and comfortable natural fabrics. Many sustainable fashion brands are incorporating bamboo fire into their clothing for these qualities. Nomads Hemp Wear blends it in all their garments, including their luxe range of under wear, as the fabric is naturally...
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